Marc Blucas quotes

  • Most of the time, actors respond to the thing thats so far from who they are. We all want to play the serial killer and the ex-con.
    -- Marc Blucas

    #Play #Serial Killer #Actors

  • I'm a workaholic, so I read everything that's out there.
    -- Marc Blucas

    #Workaholic

  • With TV, you don't know, but you can build it as you go and bring some things to life. It's malleable, changeable and flexible.
    -- Marc Blucas

    #Tvs #Flexible #Knows

  • TV [series] is a six-year decision. It's not four or five weeks. If a filmmaker and I don't get along, it's four weeks of your life, so whatever.
    -- Marc Blucas

    #Years #Decision #Tvs

  • The transition from sports into acting was something I got blindsided by. I had a full scholarship to law school. I had a different life planned. I started a business, and I was all ready to go. I suddenly got in a local movie, just to say to my kids one day, "Yeah, your old man was in a movie," and I caught the bug.
    -- Marc Blucas

    #Sports #School #Kids

  • If your heart, head and gut are telling you the same thing, then you owe it to yourself to chase it.
    -- Marc Blucas

    #Heart #Guts #Ifs

  • It makes it [work] a lot easier when you like what you do. It's easy when you're working and making money doing it. It's hard when you're not. That's when that gets challenged.
    -- Marc Blucas

    #Making Money #Easy #Easier

  • If the English language had been properly organized ... then there would be a word which meant both 'he' and 'she', and I could write, 'If John or Mary comes heesh will want to play tennis', which would save a lot of trouble.

  • To me, this world is nothing but evil, and my own evil just happened to come out cause of the circumstances of what I was doing.

  • They're daring me to kill again.

  • I also remember when I watched Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer [1990] at, like, age 15. That scared the crap out of me. Because it didn't operate inside the usual conventions of the horror genre in the way that I could accept. I can accept ***** teenager counselors being murdered at camp. But I couldn't accept the derangement of Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, which was that anyone could be murdered at any moment - whole families, with no build-up music and no meaning. It terrified me.

  • It makes me feel good that I can now sit there and go, I've worked with Jack Nicholson, Al Pacino, all the great actors that I've worked with... Sir Ben Kingsley.

  • Some movies I see today have the most dramatic plot points but the actors are not playing them dramatically.

  • I think every actor wants to be an FBI or cop at one point.

  • You always have to make positive choices as an actor, even when you're playing someone who may not be doing the best things.

  • Every actor has his own identity. I don't aspire to be Bond. My quest is to do something new, something different.

  • Transitioning to being an unemployed film actor is different, but it's fun and I've been looking forward to it for a while.